Tired of the rising gas prices? Want to be the solution to rather than the reason for increasing greenhouse gas emissions in the atmosphere? Are you still commuting by yourself in your car to De Anza everyday? Yes? Then it's time try one, two or any of these commute alternatives!
- Walk to De Anza if you live within 3 miles
- Ride a bike
- Take public transit — use your VTA Eco Pass.
- Carpool with another student or De Anza staff member
- Add De Anza Distance Learning classes to your schedule so that you don't have to commute at all on some days
- Make sure your next car purchase is a fuel efficient one!
Resources for Getting Started
Alternative Fuel/Hybrid Vehicle and Carpool Parking
We offer designated parking spaces on campus for students and employees who carpool and drive alternative fuel/hybrid vehicles.Learn more about this program
You'll find bike racks for securing your bicycle throughout the De Anza campus. Please be safe and conscious of both cars and pedestrians when riding both on and off the De Anza campus. Want to know which bikes paths lead to De Anza College? See the Interactive VTA Bikeways Map and select Cupertino under Quick Zoom.
Santa Clara Valley Transit Authority
Visit the VTA Web site to learn about buses that service De Anza and Cupertino. Also, consider choose housing along a transit route that travels to De Anza.
511.org SF Bay Area
Plan a car-free trip. Take public transit, rideshare or bicycle. Or register with 511.org's ridematching service, a free service for Bay Area residents, to meet other carpoolers traveling to De Anza.
Spare the Air
Visit the Bay Area Air Quality Management District Web site to subscribe to receive e-mail alerts on Spare the Air days when the district recommends using a commute alternative. Also find answers to questions about air pollution, descriptions of its health effects, clean air tips, and other educational resources.